Discover Belledune

Tourism Belledune

The Village of Belledune is open to visitors and tourists from all over the world.
We welcome everyone to Belledune, where you’re never far from a view of one of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World, our very own Bay of Chaleur.
 There are only 3 bays in North America on the United Nations Most Beautiful Bays in the World List:
America’s San Francisco Bay, along with Canada’s la Baie de Tadoussac and the Bay of Chaleur. 

Jacquet River Campground

The Jacquet River Campground is located in Belledune, right on the beautiful Bay of Chaleur. It is a newly renovated 24-hour campground with 38 sites, more waterfront sites than before, new laundry and washroom facilities, shower facilities, direct water and sewer hook-ups, additional tenting sites, a playground for children, and pets are welcome (on a leash).

The Jacquet River Campground offers a truly unique experience. It combines the tranquility of nature with the excitement of frolicking at the beach. Spend an evening at our campground and watch the sun setting over the Bay of Chaleur; a view you certainly do not want to miss. Come and visit our newly renovated campground!!!

For reservations or more information, please call (506) 237-3239 during the camping season,
and (506) 522-3710 in off-season.

Salmon Barrier

The Jacquet River Salmon Barrier is part of the Jacquet River Salmon Restoration project, a program initially implemented by the NB provincial government to help restore the salmon population in the Jacquet River following a population decline caused by habitat degradation.

As the salmon return to spawn, they meet a barrier that lets smaller fish pass, but detains breeding salmon. Once the best time arrives, usually mid-fall, the salmon are released upriver and are allowed to continue to their spawning grounds. During the time the salmon are detained there is a contingent of approximately eight workers who measure and record data from the salmon to track sizes and return rates. During the 18-20-week period that the program runs, the workers monitor the site 24 hours a day.

Jacquet River Gorge

Off the beaten path is the beautiful Jacquet River Gorge, with its picturesque views, wild life, scenery, picnicking, or just sitting around chatting,
”It’s always a beautiful day at the Gorge”!  

While it is not associated with the Village, Paul’s Lookout is always open to new and old faces visiting from near and far. Family, friends and visitors from all over are welcome to enjoy!  Approximately 16 kms off Route 134 on Archibald Road, this spot is easy to find and it’s worth seeing the beautiful landscapes along the way!